Instagram has rolled out a group of new features to make it easier for users to remove posts, comments, and other activity from the platform as a part of its Safer Internet Day drives. With the new account controls that are being revealed by the Meta-claimed photo-sharing application, users can now delete comments and posts in bulk, review past interactions on their account, and search for content by date. These features can be accessed from a new section on a user’s profile called Your Activity. Instagram had rolled out the Take a Break feature earlier this month.
Users on Instagram will now be able to bulk delete or archive all of their content including posts, Stories, IGTV, and Reels along with their interactions like comments, likes, story sticker reactions, etc. users will also be able to filter their content and interactions by date and search for past comments, likes, and stories replies from specific date range in the Your Activity section.
The current and flow rollout also allows users to archive as deleted content, look at search history, view the connections you’ve visited, alongside how much time you’ve spent on the stage, and download your data. These elements eliminate the issue of having to physically swim through each and every post to make a move.
To access Your Activity, go to your profile and tap the menu button in the upper right corner, where you will see the option.